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Knocins Boss takes the Country Road

Friday, February 02, 2018

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EMERGING act Knocins Boss aka Vital has been making huge strides in his musical career. He recently released his single, Country Road, produced by Slyder the Wizard and Digital Intonation Studio.

“The reception has been great. People love it; they say it's a hit. Big up to DJ Katt on Klas FM for the strength,” said Knocins Boss.

The single was released November 2, 2017, and distributed by Zojak World Wide. It is available on all major digital outlets.

A music video for Country Road is in the works.

“My aim is to continue gaining love and loyalty from new and consistent fans from all around the world,” said Koncins Boss.

With his inspiration coming from acts including Sizzla, Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel, and Beenie Man, Koncins Boss started his career in 2006 professionally when he recorded his first song Flip and Flop on the Gangster Prayer Riddim for Chimney Records.

He went on to record many more songs on popular rhythms for top-shelf producers like Washroom Ent, Slave Records, and JG Records, just to name a few.

Koncins Boss has collaborated with heavyweight acts including Tessanne Chin, Delly Ranks, and Wayne Marshall.

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